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Aldeburgh Music's event has just finished, thanks to everyone who took part and joined in via the live stream. In about 5-6 minutes we should be ready for the Cambridge live stream, which you can catch here on this site, and also on the Guardian's Friday Afternoons feature
It's great to see how the streaming events has allowed many more people to get involved - at this event pupils from Cottenham Primary School will be singing along with the Cambridge Live Stream at 13.15pm, along with around 300 other schools in the County.
You can also catch the same live stream on the Guardian, who are very kindly featuring 5 of the Friday Afternoons live streams in their culture section
We're live now, from Snape Maltings Concert Hall here in Suffolk, which is full of Suffolk School children singing Friday Afternoons songs
Just under 5 minutes to go... catch the Aldeburgh live stream here:
If you happen to miss it for any reason, it'll be up on youtube, or you'll be able to watch it back here again later.
The concert hall is full of Suffolk school children and rehearsals are well under way, the live stream will be online in about 20 minutes.
Alleyn's Junior School have done a brilliant version of Old Abram brown - with a jazz twist!
We've already had our first live stream from West Sussex's with pre-recorded performances of 1400+ children from around West Sussex being combined together to create a virtual choir. The next live stream comes direct from Aldeburgh Music, in Snape Maltings Concert Hall, where 650 children from around Suffolk will be singing together. Watch it here
Eden Court Theatre in Inverness has been working alongside Highland Music Development with pupils from Dalneigh, Smithton and Milton of Leys Primary Schools to perform 4 songs from Friday Afternoons during the lunch break of the Scotland’s Towns Conference.
Be sure to catch their live stream on our site here...